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Monday, September 14, 2015

Tune in to Claude the Great on In Tune

Next Friday’s (Sept. 18) edition of In Tune (Radio 3, 4:30pm) includes a live studio set from the Southern Cone Quintet. A London-based contemporary music ensemble, their broadcast debut will be of interest to those who came across the globetrotting, duffle-coated tenor saxophonist Claude Werner during his time on Tyneside.
Werner will be playing clarinet and flute alongside guitarist James Kitchman (formerly of Tynedale), Anisa Arslanagic (violin), Losif Purits (accordion) and Louis Thomas (double bass). Music with a hint of tango, hearing Claude the Great without his tenor will be odd to say the least! Southern Cone Quintet’s concert debut will be on Wednesday October 28 at the Red Hedgehog on Archway Road, Highgate, London.
Claude, the next time you’re in Toon, how about playing a gig? And don’t forget to bring your tenor!
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